The new Sony VGC-M50B/S and M30B/W models feature a TFT screen and a keyboard that can be flipped upward to save space. Sony already has similar Desktop PCs (e.g: Sony W or Sony VAIO PCV-P101, on the market. The Sony VAIO M Series is powered by a Celeron 2.6Ghz processor. The 15.4 inch screen has a max. resolution of 1280x800. The VAIO has a subwoofer built into the back as well as a Multi-drive.
The Sony VAI VGC-M70/W sells in Japan for 189,800 yen (~1,722USD).
More details on Sony VAIO Japansite and on Sony Style Japan shop.
This side view shows that the VAIO M is not so flat.
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